At Rodizio Preto you are promised a dining experience like no other, thanks to the Brazilian Churrascaria cooking style, which it has brought to London for the first time. Churrascaria is the system where you simply sit at your table, and the Passaro or meat carver arrives bearing a sharp knife, and a skewer with all kinds of succulent, freshly spit-roasted meat cuts, which he carves for you at your table until you tell him to stop.
As you enter the restaurant you notice three large flat screens, which continually play recordings from Brazilian music concerts. You are handed a beverage menu, and also a cardboard disc that is red on one side and green on the other – this is a fixed-price, all-you-can-eat restaurant, so the Passaros will only stop serving you with meat when you have the red side up. To accompany the meat, you choose from the salad/side-dish bar, which on one side displays gourmet salads and vegetables, and on the other rice, bread – like the delectable freshly-baked pao de queijo or cheese bread – and fried foods, such as fried bananas and fried mashed potatoes.
At weekends you can also enjoy feijoada and feijao, varieties of rich Brazilian stew. The drink flows freely, and the attentive staff never let your glass run dry.
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